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by Ken Bloom

Download Hollywood Song: The Complete Film  Musical Companion, Vol. 3 ePub
  • ISBN 0816032319
  • ISBN13 978-0816032310
  • Language English
  • Author Ken Bloom
  • Publisher Facts on File (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages 1516
  • Formats lrf azw docx txt
  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Size ePub 1993 kb
  • Size Fb2 1911 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 558

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Several books cover movie musicals. Parish and Pitts' Great Hollywood Musical Pictures, for example, has lengthy descriptions of 340 musicals. The authors note which cast members performed each song, but the book has no song index

Several books cover movie musicals. The authors note which cast members performed each song, but the book has no song index. Hollywood Song, however, has a much broader scope, covering thousands of films that contain at least one song. This valuable and extensive work will be a good purchase for large film and music collections.

1 and 2 list all movies alphabetically ; vol. 3 contains a chronological listing of titles and complete index to personnel and songs.

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These companion volumes to Bloom's important American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion (LJ . Библиографические данные.

These companion volumes to Bloom's important American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion (LJ 7/96) and Hollywood Song: The Complete Film and Musical Companion (LJ 3/15/95) focus on popular. America kicks up its heels. 27. Baldwin Bergersen concert by Paul Draper No songs listed. American song: the complete musical theatre companion, Том 1 American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion, Ken Bloom, ISBN 0871969610, 9780871969613.

A two-volume set offering a reference source to songs from American films, this book recounts which songs were in any particular film, starting in 1929 with the first talkies and going on up to the blockbusters of today

A two-volume set offering a reference source to songs from American films, this book recounts which songs were in any particular film, starting in 1929 with the first talkies and going on up to the blockbusters of today. The writers and composers of each song are detailed.

The Complete Film & Musical Companion, Vol. 3. by Ken Bloom. Published December 1994 by Facts on File. Internet Archive Wishlist, Motion picture music, English Songs, Bibliography, Indexes. 1. x . inches.

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Ken Bloom has written several books on music in theater and film, among them Broadway: An Encyclopedic Guide to the History, People, and Places of Times Square; American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion 1877-1995; American Song: The Complete Companion t. .

Ken Bloom has written several books on music in theater and film, among them Broadway: An Encyclopedic Guide to the History, People, and Places of Times Square; American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion 1877-1995; American Song: The Complete Companion to Tin Pan Alley. He also collaborated with Frank Vlastnik on Broadway Musicals: The 101 Greatest Shows Of All Time.

American song : the complete musical theatre companion, Ken Bloom. Songs of the American theater: a comprehensive listing of more than 12,000 songs, including selected titles from film and television productions Richard Lewine and Alfred Simon.